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Nobel laureate Sen to lecture on protecting democracy

Amartya Sen, professor of economics and philosophy at Harvard University and recipient of the 1998 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, will give the annual Bartels World Affairs Lecture on May 5.

Alice Soewito Receives Class of '64 John F. Kennedy Memorial Award

Alice Soewito '21 was recently recognized for her extensive work in public service and government by receiving the Class of '64 John F. Kennedy Memorial Award from the Public Service Center. She discussed this award and its impacts with Karl Hausker '79 in a recorded interview.

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Martínez-Matsuda wins award for “Migrant Citizenship” book

ILR associate professor’s book lauded as “stunningly original study” by the Organization of American Historians.

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Event examines the ethics, politics and future of AI

Three leading Cornell scholars discussed governmental, social and moral ramifications of artificial intelligence and the role that politics should play in its regulation.

Radio interview with community activist Richard Rivera on prison education and re-entry from incarceration

Radio interview with community activist and former prison inmate Richard Rivera about prison education and re-entry into society.

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Cornell experts advocate for ag diversity, food security

Cornell Cooperative Extension and faculty experts discussed opportunities to diversify agriculture and address food insecurity during a New York State Senate hearing on April 13.

Two Class of 1978 alumni win ILR School’s top awards

John Bickerman and Mary Millman have been named the 2021 winners of the Groat and Alpern awards.

Water crisis took toll on Flint adults’ physical, mental health

The Michigan city’s adult residents suffered a range of adverse health symptoms potentially linked to the water crisis that began in 2014, with Black residents affected disproportionately, according to new research.

Fear year: Pandemic politics made us anxious, but hardly safer

Pandemic politics fostered existential anxiety globally that has exacted a material and mental toll while dodging difficult moral dilemmas, according to Cornell research.